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An atomic clock is usually set by adjusting the desired time zone then allowing it to synchronize with the signal from radio station WWVB, which broadcasts the time of the atomically controlled clock. WWVB, established b... More »

The latest atomic clock developed by the National Institute of Standard and Technology and the University of Colorado at Boulder is accurate to within one second per 15 billion years, as of April 2015. This accuracy leve... More »

Some alarm clocks that use atomic time are La Crosse Technology's model 617-1270 atomic alarm clock and model 617-1280 atomic alarm clock. AcuRite also makes a seven-inch atomic alarm clock. More »

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The instructions to initially set the time on an Atomix clock include setting the indicators of the time zone and the daylight saving time. Also, place the clock at a location that makes catching WWVB radio signals easy ... More »